As Much as I Can Free Tickets

May 8, 2018

May 24, 2018

Free

Harlem parish, West 118th Street, New York, NY, USA

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Don’t miss your chance to an innovative and educational theater experience during one of the “As Much as I Can” FREE shows in Harlem. “As Much as I Can” is an immersive experience that invites audiences into the lives of four men to explore their complex relationships to faith, family, community, and ultimately themselves. Experience this critically-acclaimed show chronicling the toward Black gay & bisexual men in the community.

This project was co-created with and about the Black gay and bisexual men of Jackson, MS, and Baltimore, MD – two cities most disproportionately affected by the HIV epidemic – and is part of the ACCELERATE! Initiative designed to speed up community-driven solutions for Black gay men affected by HIV.

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